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THE M=ICHIC AN DAT .Y

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13 1926

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Oosterbaan and Gregory are tied! LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12.-William T.
second in Conference scoring withI Tilden, II, national tennis champion
four touchdowns apiece. Friedman isI WoII inl theslingles and lost in the
don dbles in at c in the Los Angeles
third with 20 points, the result of two! '~t,,ciuIW)': invitational tournament
touchdowns and eight goals after1 which was held here yesterday.
touchdowns. Kutch 'of' Iowa leadsj
with 37 counters. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

WVASHINGTON,' Oct. 12.- Pittsburgh 1tine play and tallied on Barnhart's "Tag"' Scrimmage Betwvn Cardinal
refusced to be counted out of the race- hit to right. This resulted in thee and Bluie Ele'ven Features
fo teWoi~' bseal itcbyta-showers for "Covey." He was relieved P1i-actlee Sesslowi
ing the fifth gauze of the post seasoni by Ballow who pitched five strikes. in =-
classic by the score of 6 to 3, lwheoa row fanning Traynor and having HOLD SECRET LOOKOUT
today. Thew series now stands 3-2, in iI t,wq strikes on 'Wright when Cuyler ____
VicasArdridge wasoonathettoupdefodoutle'' Football,.practice' for the Michigan
f a v o r l t i dedr i d g e w a s o n t h e ' a s o n t t h S e n a t e s .TJ o e H a r r i s , w h o s e s l u g g i n g h a s b e e n ( !li e e n t o k n a - s r u s a p c t j t r
Piraes hil Haris ickd Sanly, dadyin reparation for the Rattle' With,
Covel skie to c me t roug br he ca e tcthenoreigain this afternoon I the University of' W isconsin. aggrega-1
fintal game andI the series. Both kito audya aio.
whenhmse had tupthecounfinlhestoneaturay aonadthn
teldas hadutheirwfullshent on the last half of the fourth with a terrific The Wolverine coaching stan has, a
hieadbas plueged wobasithe thrd Imash into the left field stands for- algreat deal of respect for Coach, George
gaedrebymadpi pl alleiatthtiibae hoiner, It was his second in two !Little of Wisconsin, and intendt'1o put
gam, rsue~lhi plceat hid bse(ays and his third inl the series. I every effort into the training work so
ith Wahntnlnu.The box score:I that the Michigan, eleven will be at
The Senators started out with a
bang, Sam Itice first man up sniashied 1'iltslmrgh, alonalN its best on- Saturday. Wisconsin is
a line single to right. Stan Harris AB R H PO A E osede d the' ou teot' of lthe-
moved him along with a neat sacri- Moore, 211.......... 4 1 1 3 2 0 g~n shle-ad h ucmso h
rice. A 'Trexas leaguer along the foul Carey, of ..........4 2' 2 0 0 gaewildeemielagl
0j the Wolhveriiie chanices, in time Big Ten
line by Goose Goslin brought Rice (C'uyler", rf............1 2 4 0 0:,championrshl p rae.,
in with the first run of the game. iiarnhlart, If ........ 4 1 2 1 0 0i "Tag" scrimmage featured the work
Aldridge then tightened and retired Trayn or, 3b.......3 0 0 0 0:aout' yesterday afteriitoon. A selected
the side. Wright. ss .......... 5 1 2 1 30. team, wearing the Cardinal jersey of
Pittsburgh took the lead in the first Ylclnnis, 1.b)........5 0 1 11 2 01 Wisconsin, was' used to! launch a for-
half of the third. Carey and Cuyler Smnith, c......3 0 2 5 2 0 wr asatc nterglr>lu
walked. In stealing second Carey col- Aldridge, p ........4 0 0 0 2 0' wtar. pascttck olndh rgar dle
lided with Harris andl was knocked ---te - an fi BaocrMfendaefndeforite
out, he was revived and resumed play. ; 'Totals .....36 6 13 27 11 mnfomda efc dfne0o h
l~arhar sen hi arund ith a Ipasses; repeatedly' intercepting the
Banletlentwhilearunex wiscre a onWashinigtoni Amerians ,to'sses. or grounding' them.
Tranor's saciftwie Cfly. soedonAB R H' P0 A ElThe Blue line- charged into the back-
ThePiatstaredfirwoksgo. Rice, cf . .. .. .. .... .5 1 2 2' 0 01:field and hurried' the passes: of. Gil-
in the seventh which resulted in the S. Harris, 2h ....... 3 0 0 1 3 0 IFbert and Parker..
yanking of Coveleskie and two more Goslin, if ..........4 0 1 5 0 0 Domonic Sulo a 190-pound= guard
scores for Pittsburgh, giving them ar i Juedge, lb .......... 3 0 0 11 0 01 candidhte; wh6o was injured the first
4 to 2 lead. J. Harris, rf ........3 1 2 2 0 0 week of practice, returned to,, the
Blee eirdAlrdg ftrma-Peckinpaugh, ss ..3 0 0 4 3 1 squad yest( day.
inga ncesto o hi hppe. oor fuel, ss ........3 0 1 1 1."0) Near the close- oV the afternoon~
inga ic sopofhi hppr.MorelIuege, 3b .........4 0 1 1 5 0. work out Coach, Wieman took the en-
however walked and stopped on sec- Coveleskie, p .......1 0 0 0 2 0, tire squad: onto! Ferry fil: and, held
ond when Carey whipped a single to lBallow l)p.......... 0 0 0 0 0' 0 a secret practice. Owing to the in-
left. Moore scored on Cuyler's single *Liebl)Ol...........1 1 1 0 0 0 portance of they Wisconsin. game,
thrugZacugehCrertokthrdp.....0 0 0 0 3 0 Coach Yost has planned- to. hold secret
IMarberry, p ........0 0 0 0 0 01I practices- every afternoon this week.
7 _.500 m ums~ Sold ; Adams ............00 0 0 0 0

New Soft'Shirts

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tacked shirts.
all patterns.-
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TVic Aldridge
Coveleskie, Cleveland castoff and
-Washington star twirler, dropped his
second game of the World series to-
klay and Aldridge, Pirate pitcher,
'made it two wins in as many starts
in the big series. Aldridge is the
only pitcher who has been abje to
Win for Pittsburgh.
enberg 7017, Marks 9023 vs. Canrad'
Lenn 4852 vs. D~avey 8752.
D~oubles-Garber and Cressman 4447
vs. Watts and 011 6453, Bulmer and'
partner 21517 vs. Boxer and partner
4435, Stein and Davey 8039 vs. Dar-
barker and Shaw 4435, Goldman and
{ Kovner 5157 vs. Barton and partner
5033, Brown and Utley 7901 vs. Hlol-
lister, and Wright 7071,_ Wenger and
Berkey 5517 vs. Moore andI partner
21624.
H. Small and partner 9553 vs. Hartz
and I-arpole 6817, Ardussi and Sidlow
8266 vs. Alyear and Hamill 9717,
Chaffee and Cleary 9143 vs. Vose and

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At Indiana Game'
Mums numbering more than 1,500
*ere worn at the football game='yes-
terday, in the opinion of the manager
of the Ann Arbor. Floral company,
which supplies all mums sold for the
games. This exceeds by 300 the num-
ber which was sold on theclday of the
Michigan State contest. Although
4,500 lent color to the Wisconsin
game last year, it is expected that a
still larger total will be sold for the
Navy gamue 'on Oct. 31 this year.

.30 3 8.21

Totals

*Battecl for Ballou in sevent)
Batted for Marberry in nine
Score by innings:

-- -1 Practice. for the: int'erfxraternity
7 17 1:1 cross country iraoe began. yesterday.
h. All contestants ou'st run at least nine
lh. I time's before the' race. Men are urged
It practice on-1 Mondays' Wednesdays,
211-6 and Fridays to f'aclitate, keeping of'
1'00- 3 recordst

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5517 vs. Brody and partner 3317, Eard- ' IOWA CITY, Oct. 12.-With Arkans-
ilcy and partner 9245 vs. Dunakin and as and St. Louis disposed of in fairly
Gilbert 4917, fleinsheim-er and Kemp- creditable fashion Coach Burton A.
ner 22245 vs. Jury 22110 and Eisermnan j Ingwersen's squad now faces the cru-
5652. I cial test. The two early season gaies
count for naught. The big question
DETROIT, Oct. 12.-Ernie Vick, around Iowa field now is: "What can
"Dutch" Vick, and Philip Marion, for Iowa do with Conference team~s?"
fier Michigan football luminaries,l
played with the Detroit Panthers in Little investment-big returns, The
their game with Franklin yesterday. I Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

WOOL HOSIERY
In New Patterns
Imported and Domestic

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to take advantage of this new charge service.
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$40.00 SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
You pay $.0 when purchased
$45.00 SOCIETY BRAND) SUITS
You pay $10.00 when purchased
$50.00 SOCTIITY BRAND SUITS
You, pay $100 when purchased
$55.00 SOCIETY BR-,AND SUITS
You pay $I0A, 0 whein purchased
$60.0)0 SOCIEi1TY B3RANI) SUITS
You pay $10.0 when purchased

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OVERCOATS
$ 3.00 weekly
OVERCOATS
$3.40 weekly
OVERCOATS
$4.00 weekly
OVERCOATS
$4.50 weekly
OVERCOATS
$4,00 weekly

75c to $30
the. Pair
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Last Saturday
B USINESS for the day amount-
ed to more than our total for
the entire week of October tenth
two years ago. The increasing
popularity. of. Scheyer tailored
clothes is helping us to create new
sales records every week.

to seventy-fibe dollars

No Added Cost for Plan Service-
Plan and Cash Prices Are the Same

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